Located 120 miles north of Edinburgh, Aberdeen is the oil and gas capital of Europe and the administrative capital of North East Scotland with a regional catchment of over 500,000 people.
One of the UK’s most prosperous cities, Aberdeen has consistently out-performed National and International trends and GDP per worker is the highest in Scotland. The region possesses a highly skilled workforce and is home to 30,000 students courtesy of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon Universities.
AIBP is strategically located on Dyce Drive which affords it superb regional, national and international connectivity.
The Business Park is located directly opposite Aberdeen International Airport which serves over 40 UK and European destinations with 20 different carriers.
By car the A96 Trunk Road accesses the A90 connecting to the Scottish motorway network which brings Edinburgh and Glasgow within 2.5 hours' drive. Accessibility is about to be transformed with the construction of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) which is expected to be fully operational by Q1 2019. This will connect with the Airport Link Road (ALR), providing direct access to the Business Park”.
AIBP also benefits from a nearby 1,000 space park and ride which opened in 2016.
Dyce Railway station located to the East of Aberdeen Airport offers services North and South to Inverness and Aberdeen City Centre and connections to towns and cities throughout the UK.
Aberdeen International Business Park